Dr. Remya Jayachandran

Assistant Professor

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Email: remyajayachandran@nie.ac.in
Phone No: 9745196128
About Me:

I am presently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NIE Mysore. I have a total experience of 10 years (5 years of Teaching experience and 5 years of Research experience at NIT Calicut). I have obtained Ph.D. in E & C from National Institute of Technology, Calicut in 2021 in the area of Analog Circuits. I was part of the research project under SMDP-C2SD phase II at NIT Calicut and have completed the chip design of the buffer amplifier using OTA. The chip was fabricated and packaged in SCL Chandigarh, India funded by the SMDP-C2SD II. I have secured First Rank with Gold Medal in M Tech VLSI design at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University in 2013. I have qualified UGC-NET (Electronics) in December 2012 and June 2013. I have filed an Indian patent on my research work which is in the examination stage. My research interests include mixed signal circuit design and Nano-electronic devices and circuits, circuits biomedical and agricultural applications, MEMS.

I’m passionate about teaching and likes to share my knowledge with others. “The real education is your attitude and behaviour with others. It defines your entire personality, no matter how qualified you are...”
  • B.Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from CUSAT, India in 2009.
  • M.Tech. degree in VLSI Design from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, India in 2013.
  • PhD. degree in ECE from National Institute of Technology Calicut, India in 2021.
Journals
  1. Ranjith R, Remya Jayachandran, K. J. Suja, Rama S Komaragiri (2019): “Two dimensional analytical model for a reconfigurable field effect transistor,” Superlattices and Microstructures, 114, 62-74.
  2. Helna Aboobacker, Aarathi R Krishna, Remya Jayachandran (2013): “Design, Implementation and Comparison of 8 bit 100MHz Current Steering DACs,” International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, 3(4), 877-880.
  3. Aarathi R Krishna, Helna Aboobacker, Remya Jayachandran (2013): “Design and Implementation of 7 bit 100MHz Flash ADC,” International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, 3( 4), 881-886.
  4. Remya Jayachandran, P C Subramaniam, Dhanaraj K J, “A novel tunable gain CMOS buffer amplifier for large resistive loads,” Integration, The VLSI Journal, (Elsevier), vol. 77, pp. 1-12, Mar. 2021. [SCI, Impact Factor = 1.214]
  5. Remya Jayachandran, Rama S Komaragiri, P C Subramaniam, Ranjith R, “High-performance reconfigurable FET for a simple variable gain buffer amplifier design,” International Journal of Electronics, Taylor and Francis), April 2021 (published online) [SCI, Impact Factor = 1.004]
  6. R. Ranjith, Remya Jayachandran, K. J. Suja and Rama S. Komaragiri, “Two dimensional analytical model for a reconfigurable field effect transistor,” Superlattices and Microstructures (Elsevier), vol. 114, pp. 62-74, Feb. 2018. [SCI, Impact Factor = 2.12]
  7. Remya Jayachandran, K.J. Dhanaraj, P.C. Subramaniam, “Planar CMOS and multigate transistors based wide-band OTA buffer amplifiers for heavy resistance load", Facta Universitatis, Series: Electronics and Energetics 2021. (ESCI indexed, open access journal, accepted for publication)
Conference Proceedings
  1. Remya Jayachandran, R. S. Komaragiri and P. C. Subramaniam, "Study of Circuits Based on SOI-vertical Gate-All-Around FET," 2018 15th IEEE India Council International Conference (INDICON), Coimbatore, India during December 16-18, 2018, pp. 1-6.
  2. Remya Jayachandran, R. S. Komaragiri and P. C. Subramaniam, “Reconfigurable circuits based on Single Gate Reconfigurable Field-Effect Transistors”, in IEEE CONECCT 2020 to be held in GITAM University, Bangalore during July 2-4 2020 (accepted for oral presentation)
  3. Remya Jayachandran, Rama S Komaragiri, P C Subramaniam, “Reconfigurable circuits based on Single Gate Reconfigurable Field-Effect Transistors," In 6th  IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Computing and Communication Technologies (CONECCT), July 2020 held at GITAM University, Bangalore
  4. Remya Jayachandran, K J Dhanaraj, P C Subramaniam, “Hardware realization and testing of multistage OTA buffer amplifier for heavy resistive load," In 4th IEEE International Conference on Devices for Integrated Circuits (DevIC 2021), May 2021 held at Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kolkata.
Book Chapter
  1. Remya Jayachandran, Rama S Komaragiri, Dhanaraj K J, "Simulation of Reconfigurable FET circuits using Sentaurus TCAD tool", Book Chapter in Sub-micron Semiconductor Devices: Design and Applications, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, 2021 (accepted for publication)
Research Projects:  
  • NIE-CRD Project 2021: “HEALTH MONITORING OF PREMATURE INFANTS THROUGH ECG AND EEG SIGNALS; AN FPGA IMPLEMENTATION” – partially completed
Patents
  1. Remya Jayachandran, P C Subramaniam, “N-stage OTA buffer amplifiers with unity gain and high input dynamic range and tunable gain for driving large resistance loads," Indian Patent (Status: published in Patent Journal, April 2019. Application No. 201741035499, under Examination)
  1. Indian Patent: N-stage OTA buffer amplifiers with unity gain and high input dynamic range and tunable gain for driving large resistive load (Published in Indian Patent journal April 2019, Application Number: 201741035499) Inventors: Remya Jayachandran, P C Subramaniam.
UG Courses 
  • Electronics Circuits I & I
  • EMI
  • Basic Electronics
  • Digital Electronics
  • Linear Integrated circuits
  • Audio & Video Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Engineering Management
  • Analog CMOS Design -I
PG Courses
  1. Network Protocol Engineering